Cold Rain & Snow, Minglewood Blues Blues, Friend Of The Devil, Black Throated Wind, Althea, Beat It On Down The Line (5 beats), Bird Song, Promised Land Shakedown Street, Samson & Delilah-> Ship of Fools, Truckin'-> Nobody's Fault But Mine-> That Would Be Something-> Drums-> Space-> The Wheel-> All Along The Watchtower-> Stella Blue-> Around & Around, E: I Fought The Law
pretty good show in chilly san dog
much better than 2nd nite
March 10, 2006 Subject:
Hit and miss
Hey, who can complain about a Shakedown>Samson 2nd set anyway. Recording is excellent.
But the 2nd set kinda withers out after space with a big lyric botch by Weir in Watchtower and a shaky Stella with missed chords/lyrics. 1993 was a long year and too many shows for the old guys.
October 1, 2005 Subject:
Hot Time with The Boys in Diego
I dont know were you guys were but i was in the 5 row and this show was fucking hot hot hot The night before Jerry was down in O .B. standing in the pouring rain at The ob.parade Jerry was so hot pulling out Nobodys Fault, That will be something This show was so on every thing about it Shake down hot Trucken hot You Northern calil people dont know a good show when you here one Hot Hot Hot And yes the place was crawling with cops on the roof top of the sports arena all over the place.I to dont like i fought the law but it was fitting for this venue and at the time i lived in San diego.
March 22, 2005 Subject:
very chilly indeed
Pretty good show overall. setlists and playing were both appreciated. can't state enough how i hate I fought the law as an encore, especially since I got it 3 shows before in LA. This was the start of the "cruise control" sets filled with new material.
July 17, 2004 Subject:
Chilly Night in San Diego
I was at this show, having driven halfway down the California coast to meet a friend and see both nights at San Diego. I remember a chilly evening outside and a toasty evening inside the sardine can that is the San Diego Sports Arena. There were a lot of folks on this night who seemed very intent on getting intoxicated -- and I felt the Shakedown second set opener was meant for them. The parking lot was one massive scene of ticketless hoardes, vendors, and cops. Those of us who got inside saw a surprisingly good show, or at least a solid second set. I was never able to trade for a soundboard of this one, so I'm thrilled to find one here on the archive! I've downloaded it and listened to it and it's very clear - and very worth getting.